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EU court removes Hamas from terror blacklist

InSerbia News 17 December 2014

The EU General Court has ordered that the Palestinian militant group Hamas be removed from the bloc’s terror blacklist. The move comes over four years after Hamas appealed its

 

For 20 years, the EU has not been able to figure out Hamas is terrorist

Elder of Ziyon 17 December 2014

Here is the legal reasoning behind today's decision by the ECJ to de-list Hamas as a terror organization:

 

Europe Declares War on the Internet

Gatestone Institute 17 December 2014
By Soeren Kern

The Internet giant Google has announced that it is shutting down its Google News service in Spain. The move came in response to a new copyright law in Spain that would

 

Swiss magazine hacked and needs guards after posting article calling the Quran the "core of the problem”

10News.dk 16 December 2014

When politians and Muslims defend Islam or says that Islamic State has nothing to do with Islam and the Quran, they never back their claims with proofs. That is because there

 

UK: Hamas-linked Interpal Enjoys Mainstream Support

Gatestone Institute 16 December 2014
By Samuel Westrop

Peter Oborne's claim, that "it is almost impossible not to deal with Hamas... if you're a charity working [in the Gaza Strip]," is demonstrably untrue. First, scores of

 

Video: Islam Is NOT a Religion of Peace, Mr Cameron - Paul Weston

youtube 16 December 2014
By Liberty GB

Liberty GB Chairman Paul Weston challenges David Cameron to admit that Islam is not a 'religion of peace'.

 

Europe Should Learn Ethiopia’s ‘Islam Lesson’

Raymond Ibrahim 16 December 2014
By Raymond Ibrahim

Yet another Christian church was destroyed by Muslims in Ethiopia—this time by local authorities. Heaven’s Light Church, which served some 100 evangelical Christians, was

 

Growing number of Swiss militants heading overseas

Channel NewsAsia 16 December 2014

GENEVA: Some 22 people have left Switzerland to fight abroad as militants since May, including eight in the past fortnight, the Swiss intelligence agency said on Monday (Dec

 

Faceless ‘Sharia-compliant’ doll launched in UK

RT 16 December 2014

A £25 faceless doll – which goes along with a strict interpretation of Islam that forbids the depiction of faces – has sparked backlash among some Muslims after it was launched

 

The global rise of terror 'lone wolf' attacks

Telegraph.co.uk 16 December 2014
By Malcom Moore, video by Keely Lockhart

An increasing number of "lone wolf" terrorists are responding to the West's battle against the Islamic State by launching attacks at home. This year there have been a

 

Erdogan Tells EU To 'Mind Own Business' In Media Arrests

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that weekend raids on opposition media outlets were in response to "dirty operations" by political enemies, and told the EU not

 

Can Potential Terrorists Be ‘Rehabilitated’?

nymag 16 December 2014
By Jesse Singal

Syria’s civil war is causing problems in the European Union. As the fighting has grown more and more brutal, and as reports of human-rights atrocities committed by Bashar

 

NATO ally launches mandatory Islam training for 6-year-olds

WND 16 December 2014

NATO ally Turkey has defiantly responded to a European Court of Human Rights ruling that it must scrap its compulsory religious eduction by imposing mandatory Quran training on

 

Britain could be hit 'at any moment' by Sydney-style lone wolf terror attack, Cameron warns MPs

Daily Mail 16 December 2014
By Matt Chorley

Britain could be hit 'at any moment' by a Sydney-style terror attack, David Cameron told MPs today. The Prime Minister said the Australian attack, in which two hostages

 

Europe Falling Under the Heel of Islam

english.pravda.ru 15 December 2014


In the middle of November, German Police made arrests of supporters of terrorist organizations Islamic State, Ahrar al-Sham and Junud al-Sham. According to the German newspaper "Frankfurter Allgemeine", 9 people were arrested, about 240 police officers were engaged in the operation in the North

 

Mozart and Multiculturalism

American Thinker 15 December 2014
By Jeff Lipkes

In Mozart’s tragically short lifetime, Die Entführing aus dem Serail (The Abduction from the Seraglio) was his most popular opera.* It premiered in Vienna on July 16, 1782,

 

Germans Rise Up Against Islamization

The Gatestone Institute 15 December 2014
By Soeren Kern

There is a mounting public backlash over what many perceive as the government's indifference to the growing influence of Islam in German society. This backlash represents a

 

House of Lords debates FGM and Sharia Law in the UK

Secularism 15 December 2014

On Thursday 11 December, there were debates in the House of Lords on female genital mutilation (FGM) and the "impact of Sharia Law on the United Kingdom." In the first debate.

 

Tracking a month of deadly attacks

BBC 15 December 2014


Jihadist attacks killed more than 5,000 people in just one month, an investigation by the BBC World Service and King's College London has found. Civilians bore the brunt of the violence, with more than 2,000 killed in reported jihadist incidents during November 2014. Islamic State carried out the most

 

The rise of the anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats: ‘We don’t feel at home any more, and it’s their fault’

The Guardian 15 December 2014
By David Crouch

Kevin is the future of the far right in Sweden. At 16, the computing student – who sports a beanie hat and a wispy beard – is active in the youth wing of the Sweden Democrats,

 
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